[NAMM] New CAD USB Mics
CAD released new multi-purpose USB microphones: The CAD U37 Studio Recording mic, U7 Tabletop Recording mic, U2 Stereo Headset Mic and U1 Recording Mic.
The CAD U37 USB is designed to enable users to "plug in and record" audio directly into Windows and Macintosh-compatible computers. This vocal and instrument mic can be used for creating podcasts over the Internet, audio for video and recording songs and soundtracks.A tabletop recording mic that also works well with laptop computers, the new CAD U7 USB is designed for home, office and music applications such as conference and legal recording, dictation of meeting notes, adding audio to slide presentations, and recording vocals, instruments and bands.
The U2 USB stereo headphones with microphone are designed for VoIP use, language training, gaming, and podcasting.The U2 features a headband with soft ear pads and gooseneck condenser microphone boom. The new U1 USB recording mic enables direct recording of vocals and instruments into any Windows-based or Macintosh computer for creating music tracks, podcasts and audio for video recordings.
MSRP for the CAD U37 Studio Recording & U7 Tabletop USB Mics: $79.00 MSRP for the CAD U2 Stereo Headset Mic & U1 Recording Mics: $49.00
For more information, check out www.cadmics.com.
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